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Three 60
Three 60RTÉ One, Monday, 7.30pm


Seonaid Dunne

The new fourth series of Three 60 is presented by Seonaid Dunne. It is Seonaid's second year presenting Three 60. As a person with an acquired disability herself, she is able to give us an insight into disability that we don't usually see! Her humour has allowed her to overcome many barriers that she has faced since an accident in her home left her without both legs and right hand.

With other amputee friends, she set up Amputee Disability Federation Ireland in 1998 to provide an advice and support network for new and established amputees. She has promoted the rights of people with disabilities actively since then. She currently works in Human Resources in Gandon Enterprises Ltd., the commercial wing of the Rehab Group and the largest employer of people with disabilities in Ireland.

Seonaid has been visible in the public eye appearing on radio and television shows such as The Right Hook, Gerry Ryan and Kenny Live. A graduate of Dublin City University, Seonaid obtained a BA in International Business and Languages, French and Spanish in 2002.

Donal Toolan

Donal Toolan is a writer, actor, journalist and currently working as director of the Forum of People with Disabilities. He has worked in RTÉ Radio presenting Not So Different and 1993 he was awarded National Broadcast journalist of the Year and also received a Jacobs award for his work on the documentary series In From the margins.

This marks his third series of contributions to Three60 as well as writing for a broad range of media on issues specific to Disability Arts and Culture.

Acting roles have included Inside I'm Dancing (directed by Damian O'Donnell) and Graeae's production of BENT performed in the UK and Ireland. His work as a Journalist and writer has sought to highlight the inequalities that disabled people meet on a daily basis. A member of the advisory group, which sought to progress Rights, based legislation for disabled people in Ireland as well as a range of organisations interested in development of human rights in Ireland including the UN Association of International Service and the European Anti Poverty Network.

Seonaid Dunne
Seonaid Dunne